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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Public records FELONIES County Court-at-Law (Ron Zipp, presiding judge) Donald H. Crisp, 314 E. James, Boerne, sexual assault, $10,000 bond. Rafael Gonzales, 2655 W. San Antonio, criminal attempt of burglary of a habitation, $2,500 bond. Daniel Cardenas, 1985 W. San Antonio, burglar)’ of a motor vehicle — two counts, $2,500 bond. Municipal Court (David Perkins, presiding judge) JoAnn Reininger Brumfield, 126 Luckett, robber)’ by assault, $1,000 bond. Harold Sanchez, 550 W. Bridge, burglary of a motor vehicle — two counts, $1,500 on each count. Jesus Lopez, 919 Comal, aggravated assault with a motor vehicle, $2,500 bond. Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 (R.G. Blanchard, presiding) Jesse Garibay Jr., 1412 Hays, San Antonio, capital murder, no bond. Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 (Fred Stewart, presiding) Rodolfo Baiza Hernandez, 3606 Skyridge, San Antonio, capital murder, no bond. Justice of the Peace Precinct I (Harold Krueger, presiding judge) David Charles Perry, Star Route 3, Box 402, Canyon Lake, sexual assault of a child, $5,000 bond. Steve Grant Taylor, Star Route I, Box 213-3A, Spring Branch, theft over $750 and under $20,000, $2,5000 bond. Walter Pineda Castillo, 1234 James St., Beaver Dam, Wise., securing execution of a document by deception, $7,500 bond. Federico Garcia, 566 N. Market No. D, injury to a child, $20,000 bond. BIRTHS McKenna Memorial Hospital Ramon and Maria Perez Jr., Route 4, Box 410M, Canyon Lake, 5 lb., 12 oz. girl, March 14. Mr. and Mrs. David Martinez, 1695 W. Bridge, 71b., 14 oz. boy, March 17. Yvonne and Johnny Rosales, 2136 Interstate 35 East, 8 lb., 2 oz. boy, March 18. Mark and Cynthia Green, P.O. Box 1535, Seguin, 4 lb., 14 oz. girl, March 19. Lorenzo and Matilde Gomez, 305 W. Austin, 7 lb., 5 oz. boy, March 19. Ben and Darlene Sanchez, 200 Primrose Apt. 19, 8 lb., 5 oz. boy, March 20. Isabel and Dora Bustos, 2205 W. Bridge, 7 lb., ll oz. boy, March 20. Reyes and Dolores Medellin, Route 6, Box 572A, New Braunfels, 6 lb., IO oz. girl, March 22. Dennis and Louise Barela, 116 Rodriguez, IO lb., I oz. boy, March 25. Out-of-town Born to Bob and Cindy Pullin of New Braunfels, a 9 lb., 6 oz. boy, March 14. Grandparents are Doodle and Kathy Martin of McQueeney, and Ed and Wanda Pullin of New Braunfels. Bom to Bill and Zina Schroeder, a 6 lb., 12 oz. boy. Paternal grandparent is Frances Schroeder of Seguin, and maternal grandparents are Robert and Tressie Russell of New Braunfels. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Bartlett of Newport News Va., a 7 lb., ll oz. girl on March 22. Paternal grandfather is Charlie Bartlett of LaMesa, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gray of New Braunfels. DIVORCES County Court-at-Law (Ron Zipp, presiding judge) Marilee Ray Ritter and Lewis Otis Williams. MARRIAGES County Clerk’s Office William Leslie Locke and Brenda Joyce Barr. Elwin Glen Ferry and Andrea Venene Shields. Gregorio Ayala Ozuna and Lydia Castillo Balero. James Edward Callison and Carolyn Ann Lemmon. Billy Golobe and Georgeanne Christine Jones. Daryl Joe Moore and Janice Weichert Pruske. Gary Lee Clark and Joyce Knox Beck. Arthur Russell McFarland and Elzina Rasco Colaw. Jeffrey Warren Frazier and Dianna L. Frazier. Louis Charles Sarno and Lilia Maria Luisa Parker. CONVICTIONS 207th District Court (LD. McMaster, visiting judge) David Isador Port, 10314 Lynbrook Hollow. Houston, murder, sentenced to 75 years to the Texas Department of Corrections, and a $10,000 fine. County Court-at-Law (Ron Zipp, presiding judge) Viola Gonzales, 349 E. Garza, barking dog — two counts, a $105 fine for each count. Charles D. Plucker, 795 Interstate 35 West No. 117, Driving While License Suspended (DWLSi, sentenced to three days in jail, and a $150 fine. Gregory Joe Guzman, 6706 New World, Katy, Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), 90 days in jail with credit for time served, and driver’s license suspended. William Jones Jr., P.O. Box 20481, San Antonio, DWI, three days in jail with credit, and a $500 fine. Steven F. Dulling, 968 E. Cedar, Seguin, DWI, three days in jail with credit, driver’s license suspended, and a $100 fine. Scott McDonald, Route 7, Box 658J, Canyon Lake, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $400 fine. Jesus Esquivel, 70 Leroux, San Antonio, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $100 fine. Tommy Greg Huddleston, 1309 Ridgmont, Austin, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $350 fine. Penni Lenei Prehn, 4202 Eisenhaur, San Antonio, DWI, three days in jail with credit, driver’s license suspended for one year, and a $300 fine. Arthur Robert Gonzales, P.O. Box 14636, San Antonio, DWI, three days in jail with credit, driver’s license suspended for one year, and a $100 fine. Antonio Arana Sodano, 4801 Gus Eckert No. 1402, San Antonio, DWLS, three days in jail with credit, and a $150 fine. Juanita Gomez Rojas, 1517 W. Mill, DWLS, three days in jail with credit, and a $150 fine. Robert Manuel Rodriguez, 2814 Short Ridge, San Antonio, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years. and a $300 fine. Julian Meurin, Route 2, Box 338B. San Marcos, DWI, driver’s license suspended, and 60 days in jail with credit. James Ray "Archie” Ellison, 231 Adoes, San Antonio, forgery — prescription, % days in jail with credit. Harr)’ Albert Sheet Jr., 11704 Highway 81 South No. 22, San Antonio, DWI, three days in jail with credit, and a $100 fine. John Lee Polan, 629 N. Liberty, resisting arrest, a $200 fine. John Charles Clark, Braunfels Haus No. 18, criminal non-support, 30 days in jail. Jessie Lee Garcia, 661 N. Live Oak, DWI, driver’s license suspended for one year, three days in jail with credit, and a $300 fine. Cecil Thomas Overton Jr., Route 6, Weather DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY. Tommy Montanez, Fifth Grade, Carl Schurz Texas A late season cold front continued its march across Texas Saturday atter dropping light snow over the Panhandle, spawning tornadoes near Abilene and triggering heavy thunderstorms over wide sections of the state Light snow continued to dust the Panhandle while light ram fell over southern portions of West Texas A few thunderstorms developed during the early afternoon hours over East Texas A tornado watch was posted Saturday afternoon for 20 counties in far East Texas as forecasters warned of heavy storms that could trigger tornadoes Temperatures were hovering rn the 40s and 50s over most of T exas during the afternoon Saturday Readings in the 30s were noted in the Panhandle, while mostly fair skies with temperatures in the 60s and 70s Three tornadoes were confirmed Friday east of Abilene m Callahan County A funnel that touched down about 3 30 p m in the Oplrn community, 26 miles southeast of Abilene, damaged eight to IO buildings "The winds were just a roaring and those clouds were boiling/' said Herbert Mason, a mobile home resident. "I saw that thing a coming and I run to get my wife She wanted to get her purse1 Well, she got it arid we ran to the cellar ." Mason said the twister passed alongside his mobile home but did not damage his property But the tornado blew an air con ditionmg unit off the Oplm Baptist Church, he said An aluminum storage stied behind the church was torn from its foundation and tossed about 150 feet to the front and side of the church amid torrential downpours "We were very lucky," Mason said Also damaged were a Callahan County precinct bam ana a metal shed rn Oplm officials said The barn lost its south wail and two tm skdmg doors were blown in against a fire truck and a farm tractor A Knox County Sheriffs Department spokeswoman said winds of almost 10O mph uprooted trees and scattered debris "There was minor damage to several small buddings ’ said Randy Russell sheriffs deputy, but they were just storage buildings And there were no injuries ’ The Nation Spring snow borne by a storm cascading from the Rockies moved rn to the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles end toward the middle of the nation Saturday while melting snow and torrents of ram flooded streets rn Michigan and washed out West Virginia bridges Last weekend people were running around rn shorts Now. they va pulled out their parkas agam. complained Sgt Kevin McLain at the Oklahoma Highway Patrol's area headquarters rn Guymon rn the Oklahoma Panhandle where the temperature hit freezing early Saturday and continued faking The storm system glazed roads there by mid morning with 2 inches of snow * half of the amount forecast for the day for northern Texas and northern Oklahoma When the winter like front collided with moist, unstable air Friday night, it set off a fury of thunderstorms that scrambled farm outbuildings rn Oklahoma and rn Texas, where three tornadoes were reported Officials said there were no rn juries from Ute IOO mph wind, but police Saturday blamed a traffic death near Tulsa on a car hydroplaning on a rainy highway A thiee mile stretch of Oklahoma 31 near Coalgate was under about 3 feet of water Saturday, state police said There was street flooding rn Madill, and a flash flood watch was rn effect for eastern Oklahoma A winter storm warning was posted tor southwest and central Iowa where the weather service said 4 to 8 mches of snow could tall by Sunday Travelers advisories were rn effect for south central Iowa and northwest Missouri, with 3 to 6 mches of snow possible And parts of Wisconsin and Minnesota were under winter storm watches for heavy snow Blowing snow cut visibility to near zero in southwest Kansas, state pokes said, adding that roads were snowpack ad and icy rn southwest and northwest parts of the state Up to 4 inches of snow had accumulated in western Kansas, as ram turned to snow in the east Brought To You By...... IZi MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank P. O. Bm MI Mala Plaza New Brxnalele. Team 78130 512/825-8501 Member MCorp IMKVCT and FDIC Box 471, New Braunfels, DWI, three days in jail with credit, driver’s license suspended, and a $300 fine. Billy Lytton, Star Route 3, Box 876, New Braunfels, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $100 fine. Willie James Matthews, 918 San Antonio, DWLS, three days in jail with credit, and a $150 fine. Bernard William Siegel, 395 Blaze, San Antonio, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $400 fine. Raymond Wesley Gilley, Route 4, Box 728, New Caney, DWLS, thr« days in jail with credit, driver’ license suspended for one year, and i $100 fine. Jodi Mark Upton, 1621 Post Roar. DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for tw] years, and a $400 fine. Canyon High Calender April 1: One Act Play at 7 p.rn.in the Commons; Seguin Tennis tournament. April 2 3-4: Iowa Achievement Tests administered to 10th grade students. April 2: Varsity baseball with Tivy here at 4 April 3: Meet the Cndidates Night at CHS in the Commons at 7. April 4. Varsity baseball with Smithson Valley here at 4:15. April 4-5: JV and Varsity girls triangular meet at New Braunfels at 4. April 5-6: New Braunfels Tennis Tourney. Api ii 6: Biology ll Field trip to Enchanted Rock April 9: Varsity baseball with New Braunfels there at 7; Spring choir concert at St Paul Lutheran at 7:30 April 1011: Band Concert Sightreading contest April 12: Varsity baseball with Hays here at 4 April 12-1: Pflugerville Relays - JV and Varsity girls. April 13 PHA trip to Houston April 13 Area VII FFA Judging contest at A*M, Austin Travis Relays • 9th, JV and Varsity boys; Student Council Teen Day at Alamo Stadium. April 12 1: State FHA - HERO meeting in Houston. April 13 Golf Tournament at Lockhart. April 15-16 District Golf at Woodlands April 15: District FFA meeting at Navarro at 4 April 16: Varsity baseball with Lockhart at 6 April 18: District Track meet April 19: Varsity baseball with Federicksburg. April 19 20: Canyon and New Braunfels boys and girls in distric tennis. April 18-19: UIL concert sightreading contest for choir at UTSA April 20: ACT test date at designated test centers, Student council dance in the gym (8 12); Boys and girls district track at New Braunfels; Area Ag Mechanics contest at SWTSU; State FFA Land and Range contest at Tarleton April 22: Student council and parents pot luck dinner at CHS commons at 7 April 23: Varsity baseball with Tivy there at 7 0 April 26 Varsity baseball with New Braunfels here at 4 30 April 27: Canyon Freshman tourney FFA State Judging at A»M April 26 27: Texas Herpetological Convention in Frio county; Hill Country Industrial Arts Student Day at Austin April 26 27 28 TASIC State Student Council Convention in Austin April 26 27: Band to Six Flags contest April 29 30 Tennis Regional Meet April 30 Varsity baseball with Hays there at 7. ROTO wins awards at Baytown New Braunfels High School’s Marine Corps Junior ROTC, led by cadet captain Michelle Matocha, took several honors at the Baytown Meet in mid-March. Matocha, a senior who also is NBHS’s company commander, was selected best armed team commander as well as overall best team commander female. Under her leadership, NBHS’s girls unit earned first place in color guard over 52 other competitors; third place in physical fitness; third place in the obstacle course; third CISD transfers due April 8 Students who wish to transfer to Comal ISD for the 1985-86 school years have a deadline to meet. 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